The Open We Space Lab
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Every first Tuesday of the month
We invite you to experience a new horizon of shared creativity from 7:30 to 9:30pm CET (1:30pm to 3:30pm US-EDT). (To find the time at your location, check World Time Buddy.) We meet via Zoom video conferencing, which allows you to participate from wherever you are.
What is a "we space"?
Every one of us is always in a “we space.” All life exists in relatedness. When we speak of “We Space” work, the aim is to bring our awareness to the subtle reality of our already-relatedness. You could call this the next step in mindfulness work, a collective consciousness practice that some call “psycho-active.” When people meet in mindful awareness, a new potential for a co-conscious creativity and synergy emerges. Conscious We-Space practice helps us cultivate this potential between us. It gives us an inspiring glimpse into a dynamic new cultural potential.
What happens in the Open We Space Lab?
Times given below are approximate.)
19:30 CET Elizabeth Debold opens the Lab with an introduction to different aspects of We-Space practice. Participants are invited to join in a collective dialogue and explore the topic further.
20:00 The introduction is followed by a 30-minute meditation.
20:30 After the group has meditated in silence, the second part of the shared dialogue begins, supported by our catalyst team.
21:25 Wrap up and closing.
Date & Topic of the Next Open Lab:
Autopoiesis of the Interbeing field
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What do we mean by "We Space"?
“We Space” is a term that has a lot of different meanings. There is always a “We” that each of us is in at any moment. For these Open Labs, the term “We Space” refers to a practice of conscious interbeing where a co-conscious and co-creative intelligence becomes perceptible and available between us. This practice opens us to a wholeness that exists in the deeper and more subtle dimensions of human perception. This awareness of interbeing can emerge between sensitive people who are curious about what is possible. By cultivating our sensing capacities, this practice brings us to a new way of being and creating together that has far-reaching consequences for our culture.
This particular practice of we-work started in the 1990s as a collective spiritual practice in an intentional community, and has since evolved through the work of Thomas Steininger, Elizabeth Debold, and their core team/partners as a dialogue practice that facilitates the emergence of new cultural experiments of living connection and creative synergy.